Bilbao – Basque Country

Bilbao is the capital place of the province of Biscaglia, and the largest city of the Basque Country, with a population of approximately 352.000 inhabitants. The city history dates back to more than ...

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao

Designed by the American architect Frank O.Gehry and inaugurated in 1997, the Guggenheim Museum is certainly one of Europe’s largest and most famous contemporary art museums. It is situated inside a ...

Museum of Fine Arts

The Museo de Bellas Artes The Museo de Bellas Artes is a compendium of art, from the XII century until the current age. It plays host to more than 6000 art works, divided into paintings, sculptures, ...

Hall of tropheys Athletic Club de Bilbao

Sala de Trofeos y Exposiciones del Athletic Club de Bilbao Inaugurated in 2003, the “Sala de Trofeos” is a museum particularly appreciated by sport lovers. The exhibitions inside tell the...

Pasos Museum

The Museo de Pasos The Museo de Pasos is an interesting and peculiar museum, with a permanent exhibition dedicated to the Semana Santa and the religious heritage of the city of Bilbao. Particularly w...

San Sebastián – Basque Country

San Sebastián (Donostia in Basque, 181.700 inhabitants) is the capital of the province of Guipúzcoa, on the Cantabrian sea, just a few miles away from the border with France. Due to its proximity wit...

Aquarium San Sebastián

The Aquarium The Aquarium is one Europe’s most important and modern oceanographic museums. It is divided into thematic areas with multimedia installations and a total of 11 aquariums with tropical an...

Naval Museum

The Naval Museum The Naval Museum is situated in the port of San Sebastian, inside a beautiful building of the XVIII century. The museum plays host to numerous temporary exhibitions, among which stan...

San Telmo Museum

The Museum of San Telmo The Museum of San Telmo is situated inside a beautiful Dominican convent of the XVI century, right in the heart of the old town. The museum keeps paintings by Italian and Span...

Vitoria-Gasteiz – Basque Country

With a population of 229.483, Vitoria-Gasteiz is the capital of the Basque Country and the province of Álava. The city was founded in 1181 by king Sancho VI of Navarra (called “the Wise”)...